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Thomas H. Kenning

A Western Slope resident for over 20 years, Tom Kenning is Alpine Bank's Chief Operations Officer. Based in Glenwood Springs, he is responsible for retail operations for all 37 locations. Tom sits on the bank's board of directors and previously had eight years of experience with FirstBanks in Denver. He then moved to Ouray to become president of First National Bank. After First National Bank's 2006 merger, he was promoted to the San Juan regional president.

Currently, Tom serves on El Pomar Foundation's Regional Council and as Chair of Habitat for Humanity Roaring Fork Valley. As a Ouray resident, he served as Vice President and Director of the Imogene Pass Run, Vice President of the Ouray Board of Education, President of the Ouray County Regional Service Authority, President of the Ouray Performing Arts Guild, and Treasurer of the Mount Sneffels Education Foundation. Tom earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983 from Colorado State University with a major in accounting and later attended the Pacific Coast School of Banking. He and his wife Tammy have two grown sons.

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